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KNOW monthly planning meeting

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NEXT MEETING of KNOW: Second Monday of the month –  5:00 – 6:30 pm. First Presbyterian Church downtown Kalamazoo. Park and enter at rear of building.  We meet on third floor.  We welcome and encourage all to attend who share our vision for peace and justice. We need your fresh ideas on reaching out to […]

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Weekly Vigil for Peace Weekly Vigil for Peace

Weekly Vigil for Peace

KNOW has a vigil for peace every Sunday at noon in front of the Federal Building, corner of Park and Michigan downtown Kalamazoo. Even if you can show up for a couple of minutes, you will be welcomed by our friendly crew. We usually have announcements at 12:45 pm, so that may be useful for […]

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Welcome

What is KNOW all about? COOL video!

What is KNOW all about?  COOL video!

Check out this super video by Tirrea Billings and Reflct Media reflctmedia.com.  Most of the still photos are by Larry Mahannah. Join KNOW today!  NewsFromKNOW@kzoo4peace.org

Nov 19, 2019 19:45

Events

KNOW monthly planning meeting

KNOW monthly planning meeting

NEXT MEETING of KNOW: Second Monday of the month –  5:00 – 6:30 pm. First Presbyterian Church downtown Kalamazoo. Park and enter at rear of building.  We meet on third floor.  We welcome and encourage all to attend who share our vision for peace and justice. We need your fresh ideas on reaching out to […]

Oct 11, 2017 19:09

Issues

The Climate Crisis and Imperialism

The Climate Crisis and Imperialism

The Climate Crisis and Imperialism: in order to have a future, we need to end both By Tyler Boes, KNOW outreach coordinator Sept. 4, 2019 According to a recent BBC article, the climate crisis is worse than scientists ever could’ve imagined, and we have less than two years to take radical action before many of […]

Sep 5, 2019 10:31

News

KNOW STATEMENT ON THE MURDER OF GEORGE FLOYD

KNOW STATEMENT ON THE MURDER OF GEORGE FLOYD

We, the members of Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War (KNOW), express our deep sorrow over the tragic death of George Floyd, offer condolences to his family and friends, and condemn the racist police violence that led to his murder. We urge that the police officers involved in this heinous crime be prosecuted and held accountable. […]

Jun 9, 2020 10:35

Recent Articles

What is KNOW all about? COOL video!

What is KNOW all about?  COOL video!

Check out this super video by Tirrea Billings and Reflct Media reflctmedia.com.  Most of the still photos are by Larry Mahannah. Join KNOW today!  NewsFromKNOW@kzoo4peace.org

KNOWvemberFEST

KNOWvemberFEST

A Fall festival and open house sponsored by Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War (KNOW). Saturday, November 2, 2019 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM Parkview Hills Clubhouse 3707 Greenleaf Circle, Kalamazoo Pot luck brunch – music – poetry games & crafts for kids and adults informative tables from many area organizations FREE – FREE – FREE […]

Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek in Kalamazoo

Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek in Kalamazoo

You are invited to attend a talk: “Building Peace and Reconciliation in Israel and Palestine” by The Rev. Dr. Naim Ateek First Congregational Church 345 W. Michigan Ave. (corner of Michigan Ave. & Park St.) Monday, Sept. 30, 2019 7:15 p.m. Reception to follow talk Rev. Ateek was a founding member of the Sabeel Ecumenical […]

Sept. 20 Global Climate Strike

Sept. 20 Global Climate Strike

Kalamazo joins with the Global Climate Strike Friday, Sept. 20 12:30 assemble at WMU flagpoles 1:30 march to downtown Kzoo 3:00 to 6:00 pm event at Arcadia Festival Site music, speakers, art, more Kalamazoo is participating in the Global Climate Strike! Around the world, people will walk out of their schools, workplaces, and homes to […]

The Climate Crisis and Imperialism

The Climate Crisis and Imperialism

The Climate Crisis and Imperialism: in order to have a future, we need to end both By Tyler Boes, KNOW outreach coordinator Sept. 4, 2019 According to a recent BBC article, the climate crisis is worse than scientists ever could’ve imagined, and we have less than two years to take radical action before many of […]

Film and discussion on Palestinian children – Aug. 7

Film and discussion on Palestinian children – Aug. 7

HOW ARE THE CHILDREN? A film by the United Church of Christ Palestine Israel Network Advocating for Human Rights of All Children, including Palestinian kids and kids at our southern border Discussion, Refreshments, Resources Sponsored by: Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of WarDO YOU KNOW ABOUT HOUSE BILL 2407? Promoting Human Rights for Palestinian Children Living Under […]

What goes around, comes around. Testimony by Daniel Smith on May 6 to City Commission.

I’m Daniel Smith, I don’t live within the city limits, but I worked at Upjohn and Pfizer, studied and worked at Western and I stand for peace every Sunday in front of the Federal Building on the corner of Park and Michigan. It’s important that we not conflate criticism of Israel government policy with antisemitism.  […]

“We want to bring the strong to their senses, not to their knees” Testimony by Barbara Hasan on May 6

May 6, 2019: City Commission Meeting My name is Barbara Hasan. I am one of the contributors to the Resolution to support Human Rights for Israelis and Palestinians by ending U.S. military aid to Israel. I visited Palestine/Israel in 2015. I would ask that we begin to re-frame our view of the Palestinians as a […]

Testimony by Paul Clements to City Commission in support of Human Rights resolution

City Commission Resolution: Paul Clements comments in support of Resolution to Support Human Rights for Israelis and Palestinians by Ending US Military Aid to Israel Thank you, Commissioners, fellow citizens, and friends. I would like to speak to why I support the resolution. The establishment of the state of Israel can’t be understood outside the […]

Testimony to City Commission regarding military detention of Palestinian children

My name is Raelyn Joyce, from Kalamazoo.  I’m  a Quaker, an active member of Kalamazoo Friends Meeting , located at 508 Denner in the city of Kalamazoo.  Our congregation’s peace and social action committee  has endorsed this resolution.  I’m also  a founding member of Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War, and I consider myself an activist […]